Woodley's Meadow, West Street, Aldbourne, Wiltshire SN8 2BL
Raising funds for animal rescues & village projects

2017 results & round up

Wow! What a show! The weather was perfect, we had classic cars, vintage frocks, cream teas, lovely stalls and, of course, loads of gorgeous doglets!

This year we will be splitting all profits raised between village projects and the very lovely Kim’s Home rescue – http://www.kimshome.org.uk

Results are as follows:

 

Perfect Pedigree

  1. Bramley with Zoe
  2. Daisy with Marcie
  3. Crystal with Jane

Most Marvellous Mixed Breed

  1. Panda with Michelle
  2. Pixel with Rosie Reid
  3. Jasper with Deborah

Fabulous Family

  1. Tiggy & Fern with SallyAnn Fisher
  2. Rebel, Guinness & Moss with Caroline
  3. Bodie, Jonty & Tolly with Heather & Chris Rust

Radiant Rescue

  1. Bertie with Clare
  2. Mouse with Steve
  3. Jeffrey with Lorraine

Bad Hair Day

  1. Rocket with Tilly
  2. Bonnie with Jo
  3. Rags with Lois

Worst ASBO

  1. Molly with Ros Oswald
  2. Benny DB with SallyAnn Fisher
  3. Geoffrey with Lorraine

Black Beauty

  1. Rebel with Caroline
  2. Bugsy with Summer
  3. Ollie with Emily

Local Work Companion

  1. Duggy with Richard Colgate
  2. Toby with Debbie
  3. Cali with Alan

Very Vintage

  1. Minimus with Heather Rust
  2. Merlin with Joyce Brown
  3. Dougle with Terry Harland

Puppy Love

  1. Teddy with Jackie Tett
  2. Pebbbles with Mandie
  3. Sammy with Holly

Survivors

  1. Mouse with Steve Brown
  2. Milo with Rosie Reid
  3. Delilah with Mrs Dale

Best of the Rest

  1. Charlie Bear with Daniel
  2. Brandy with Linda
  3. Stan with Jed

Best in Show – Bramley with Zoe

Reserve Best in Show – Bertie with Clare

11 legged race – Winston & Basil with Emma Rowland & Kirsty Ford, 2nd Puffin & Lola with Zoe Gould & Lily Constance

Fastest recall

  1. Tidgar with Kate Booth
  2. Lady with Andy Allen
  3. Lady with Ann & Steve Stanford

Best Dressed – Mr & Mrs Morgan

Best Tractor – Nuffield 4DM – Nick Farr

Judge’s favourite car – 1929 M Type MG – Kathy Emmer

Thank you all so very much once again – see you next year! 🙂